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The future is bright for the young Red Devils
I think they enjoy to play together, adventure, they want to do it together. They want also to pass the ball to each other and that everyone can play to the qualities and score goals. It is brilliant they want to do it together and that is the key. Young players the future for Manchester United is quite bright with talent on board, you have to develop it.
This club wants to achieve a lot, this club wants to win trophies so very ambitious so they have to step up and bring high levels. Also against the best opposition they have to express the same threat and it is about end product.
‘Every game is a final from now on’
I said to the team from the start of January every game is now a final. That was also our approach to West Ham, this is a final, we have to take this challenge and see it as a final. That will be every day now from on.
Who will replace Martinez in the side?
We have options. How to deal with that position. We have good centre halves in our squad so the others are available, Luke (Shaw) can play also there. Quite confident we can keep the process going so others can fulfil the position and also contribute playing in high levels. Those players are experienced.
Garnacho and Hojlund’s rise in form
Players need time, especially young players like Rasmus (Hojlund) and Alejandro (Garnacho), they need time but also they need a team, so those effects were not there in the first half of the season.
From the start I was confident they have the potential to do what they are doing and now it is about keeping going keep moving be hungry.
‘Wembley of the North ambition is good – but not my task’
If that is his (Jim Ratcliffe) view then I would say it expresses the ambition of this club which is good, but it is not my task in this club to deal with stadium questions, with facilities, my job is to manage the team and rebuild the squad.
‘Licha is a fighter’: Martinez set for a spell on the sidelines
It is a setback of course, Licha (Martinez) was returning, you see his contribution to the team when he is playing, apart from the technical skills also the mentality.
It is a big setback for Licha, he is very disappointed but he is a fighter. He will be back, stronger back and will play by the end of the season. As a a squad we have to replace him and we have players who can play there and will play there.